• ZABRON MBWAGA: The Overall winner, The Citi Microentrepreneurship Awards 2017/8 (Tanzania)

    Mr ZABRON MBWAGA is the overall winner, the Citi Microentrepreneurship Awards 2017/8 (Tanzania). About 16 entrepreneurs and one loan officer, have won Citi Micro-Entrepreneurship Awards for 2017/8 funded by Citi Foundation, as announced by Tanzania Association of Microfinance Institutions(TAMFI). The Program in Tanzania is conducted by TAMFI. Winners were named and rewarded last Friday in a colourful event attended by […]

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  • Study: Address constraints facing microfinance institutions licensing and re-licensing

    The Workshop in Pictures Dar es Salaam, February 13.02.2018 Holistically addressing the key constraints affecting the microfinance sector will lead to greater financial inclusion across the country, a workshop organised by Tanzania Association of Microfinance Institutions (TAMFI) in Dar es Salaam has been told. The stakeholders hailed the gains in the sector especially the development of National Microfinance Policy (2017). […]

  • The 2nd Citi Microentrepreneurship Awards for Tanzania launched

    DAR-ES-SALAAM, – February 2, 2018– As part of Citi’s ongoing commitment to the field of microfinance, we are pleased to announce that the Citi Foundation will continue its support the Citi Microentrepreneurship Awards program again this year, highlighting the achievements of some of the most innovative micro-entrepreneurs in Tanzani a. The Citi Microentrepreneurship Awards is a signature program of the […]

    Citibank Tanzania CEO Mr Joseph Carasso and Tanzania Association of Microfinance Institutions (TAMFI) CEO Mrs Winnie Terry, address the press at the launch of 2nd Citi Micro-entrepreneurship Awards for Tanzania. Any micro entrepreneur accessing a microfinance loan from a MFI, Commercial, Community, Microfinance Bank, SACCO or VICOBA is eligible to compete for the prize. The financial institution should review its portfolio to identify no more than two candidates who can compete for a prize pool of over TZS 70,000,000. Women, Youths & Persons with disability are highly encouraged to participate.
  • Governments need to ensure rules are followed in education

    Schools are decidedly sub-standard in some places, with those in sub-Saharan Africa facing particularly strong challenges By Manos Antoninis No matter your job, you need standards to ensure that you are working to meet your objectives. Unfortunately, where education and schools are concerned, these standards sometimes do not exist. Or, more often, they are not enforced. Schools are decidedly sub-standard […]

    Dr. Manos Antoninis is the Director of the Global Education Monitoring Report, UNESCO
  • Digital Toolkit to Give Tanzania Smallholder Farmers Access to Finance, Farm Supplies and Training

    Arusha, Tanzania, 29 May 2017 – Smallholder farmers in Tanzania will soon have access to a unique digital saving plan for inputs, coupled with timely, tailored farming advice, that will help to solve several major problems confronting farmers in poor areas: access to finance, to inputs, and to agricultural training. The programme to deliver this plan was launched today by […]

    Digital Toolkit to Give Tanzania Smallholder Farmers Access to Finance, Farm Supplies and Training

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ZABRON MBWAGA: The Overall  winner, The Citi Microentrepreneurship Awards 2017/8 (Tanzania)

ZABRON MBWAGA: The Overall winner, The Citi Microentrepreneurship Awards 2017/8 (Tanzania)

April 17, 2018 at 5:36 am

Mr ZABRON MBWAGA is the overall winner, the Citi Microentrepreneurship Awards 2017/8 (Tanzania). About 16 entrepreneurs and one loan officer, have won Citi Micro-Entrepreneurship...

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